mPrest to do a gap-analysis for developing smart city in Gujarat
Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijay Rupani on the first day of his Israel tour, visited monitoring and controlling solutions company – mPrest, where Government of Gujarat signed an MoU with the company. Chief Minister of Gujarat is on a 6-day long visit to Israel with a high level delegation comprising of senior Gujarat Government officials to discuss areas of mutual cooperation between Gujarat and Israel.
Under the MoU, signed in the presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister at Petah-Tikva in Israel, mPrest will do a gap analysis in developing modern and smart state of art city in Gujarat and will do the Proof of Concept (PoC) for demonstrating the capabilities.
Mr. Rupani expressed that using the technology by mPrest to monitor and control the system will be helpful in smarter enforcement of law and security of the state. The delegation also held insightful deliberations on how the capabilities of cameras can be enhanced using analytical data and advanced software’s to make city more functional and smart.
mPrest is a leading provider of mission-critical monitoring, control and analytical software for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), HLS and defence sectors. It has a special focus on Internet of Energy (IoE), big data and Smart Cities. mPrest is already present in Bangalore, India, producing C4I applications. The company has its Indian headquarters in Bangalore where it develops command control, communications, computers and Intelligence C4I applications
Source: Information Department, Gujarat